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post #16 of 43
i suggest a ferry ride to sausalito. cheap entertainment, beautiful views...
post #17 of 43
Go to North Beach to Pulcinella. They have authentic food from Naples including pizza. 641 Vallejo street right off of Columbus.

Stop in Campton Place, in the bar, for a quite drink after shopping and sightseeing.
post #18 of 43
buy the San Francisco SF guys a round of drinks dammit!
post #19 of 43
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buy the San Francisco SF guys a round of drinks dammit!

How many in your party?

lefty
post #20 of 43
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Beautiful city.

The Avedon show was great - highly recommend. Had a fairly good meal at place called Bar Tartine. Great shopping around US, but found that Wilkes was somewhat tired.

Look forward to returning. Thanks for all the suggestions.

lefty
post #21 of 43
The Mission has some good spots to eat, authentic Mexican especially. Also has some cool bars.
post #22 of 43
Eat at Michael Mina in the Westin St francis. What an experience!
post #23 of 43
Check out GAFFTA that just opened, you will be glad!

http://www.gaffta.org/
post #24 of 43
I'm heading up in a few weeks to the Bay Area and before I've only been to Farolito for mission style burritos...what are some other good joints?
post #25 of 43
Old School SF (Beer and Beef): Tommy's Joynt 1101 Geary Blvd corner of Van Ness Also get some coffee: Ritual Blue Bottle Coffee Co. Graffeo Philz et cetera
post #26 of 43
AF recommends schmoozing w/ the locals....
post #27 of 43
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Old School SF (Beer and Beef): Tommy's Joynt 1101 Geary Blvd corner of Van Ness
+1 Great complete turkey dinner at a very reasonable price.
post #28 of 43
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Great complete turkey dinner at a very reasonable price.

You could also just pour a shaker of salt into a glass of beer and be done with it.
post #29 of 43
Tommy's Joynt may be an entertaining time but the food is awful. The place is like a Disneyfied version of a soup kitchen for yuppies and tourists.
post #30 of 43
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Tommy's Joynt may be an entertaining time but the food is awful. The place is like a Disneyfied version of a soup kitchen for yuppies and tourists.
Well, maybe so, but I was a tourist and a bunch of us went there in September for an entertaining lunch. I didn't think the turkey was bad. It was featured on "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" so we just went there for kicks.
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